By Dan Nailen
If you ever had any question about how powerful a woman Vanessa Williams is, consider the fact she made Arnold Schwarzenegger cry without even laying a finger on her Eraser co-star.
It was a few years after that action flick had made
By Connor Gilbert
Kathy Gustafson is the new director of marketing and communications at the Spokane Symphony, returning to an organization she worked for 12 years ago when she first moved to the region from Chicago.
"I feel like I'm at ho
By Quinn Welsch
"A little bit twisted." After a brief pause, that's how local poet Chris Cook describes his style of verse.
Cook, a familiar face to Spokane's poetry scene, was named the city's poet laureate at the Spokane Art
By Ben Salmon
Over the past 25 years, Thomas Lauderdale has steered Pink Martini into some pretty incredible places. What started out as a sort of house band for political events in Portland has since performed all over the world, from New York City
By E.J. Iannelli
During the 2018-19 Spokane Symphony season, five candidates vying to take over for Eckart Preu as music director will lead shows at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. As they do, we're asking a few questions to get to know t